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LBNL_PV_Pricing_Final_Dec 2014.pdfInstallations of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems have expand
This whitepaper, commissioned by Oncor Electric Delivery Company, shows that deploying electricity storage on distribution systems across Texas could provide substantial net benefits to the state.
U.S. Solar Market Insight™ is a collaboration between the Solar Energy Industries Association® (SEIA®) and GTM Research that brings high-quality, solar-specific analysis and forecasts to industry professionals in the form of quarterly and annual reports. Released December 9, 2014.
As distributed generation continues its rapid expansion, these new resources will have an increasingly larger role.
The Low Carbon Grid Study, which examines the feasibility of halving California’s electric sector emissions by 2030, is currently underway. Results from the first of the study’s two phases show that this magnitude of emissions reductions is possible with approximately no impact to utility revenue requirement, using a combination of strategies: a diverse renewables fleet, energy efficiency, flexible load, robust regional cooperation, and efficient use of natural gas resources. This webinar will feature the lead project manager of the study, who will review initial results, answer questions, and discuss plans for the second phase.
Women in Solar Energy is a newly formed non-profit resource and membership organization for women in the solar industry. This webinar will educate listeners on the state of women in the industry and you will learn what you can do to get involved.
Some developers are all too familiar with termination for convenience (T4C) requirements in federal renewable energy projects. Some avoid federal projects because of T4C alone, while some lenders feel T4C conflicts with common financial underwriting assumptions. But are they right? As the Obama Administration ramps up federal solar use, this webinar features experts from the U.S. Navy well-versed in federal solar procurement best practices. They will clarify federal T4C issues and common misperceptions, while explaining how the impact of federal T4C differs substantially from similar provisions in private deals ... and may not be as problematic as some think...